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#1 2010-09-25 10:46pm

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Registered: 2010-09-22
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2008 WeThePeople Lo-Fi

2008 WeThePeople Lo-Fi

2008 wethepeople lo-fi

frame/ wethepeople lo-fi 20.5 eleckro lime                                                                                                                                     
forks/ odyssey dirt forks (the odlest part on my bike aboat 5 years old now a bit beaten up)
bars/ wethepeople lockstock bars electro lime
grips/ fedearl glow in the dark
stem/ fly bikes stem white
headset/ fsa
cranks/ odyssey whombolts white
pedal/ odyssey jcpc white/black
chainring/ odyssey millon doller sprocket
chain/ ybn halflink gold
seatpost/ macneil pivitol blue
seat/ allianation boston seat white/green
barend/ odyssey par end fire engine red
front wheel/ proper magnalite hub blue/ odyssey hazerad lite rim guacamole
                     white spokes/ odyssey path white
back wheel/ proper magnalite casstte orange/odyssey hazerad lite rim guacamole/odyssey path white



#2 2011-04-07 4:47am

From: Chicago-USA / Cologne, Germany
Registered: 2009-04-05
Posts: 415
Bikes: 2

Re: 2008 WeThePeople Lo-Fi

looks like a real bmx bike that gets ridden a lot
post some pictures of it being ridden, would be cool to see




#3 2015-09-18 4:28am

Pro MemberThey Call Me T
From: Clearwater, FL.
Registered: 2014-09-18
Posts: 3398
Bikes: 10

Re: 2008 WeThePeople Lo-Fi

Sweet ass rde!  I love it! Fav'ed

Taylor Allen John Anstrom  .....  Finally found my baby. 1987 Roadmaster Thriller Freestyle!!  Baby blue with white tires and gum sidewalls.  The members of this site made it possible to make my dream come true.



#4 2017-06-27 5:45pm

Pro Membersemi-retired ODSY HRDR
From: North Cackalacky
Registered: 2011-09-25
Posts: 15919
Bikes: 11

Re: 2008 WeThePeople Lo-Fi

Pretty dang sweet. cool

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